Ralph Baldock

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Ralph Baldock
Bishop of London
Elected24 February 1304
Term ended24 July 1313
Predecessor Richard Gravesend
Successor Gilbert Segrave
Consecration30 January 1306
Personal details
Died24 July 1313

Ralph Baldock (or Ralph de Baldoc) was a medieval Bishop of London.


Baldock was elected on 24 February 1304, [1] confirmed 10 May,[ citation needed ] and consecrated on 30 January 1306. [1]

Baldock served as Lord Chancellor of England from 21 April 1307 to 2 August 1307. [2] He licensed Bow Church on 17 November 1311 as a chapel of ease.[ citation needed ] He died on 24 July 1313. [1]

See also


  1. 1 2 3 Fryde, et al. Handbook of British Chronology p. 258.
  2. Fryde, et al. Handbook of British Chronology pp. 85-86.

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